Betting tips for Spain - Portugal in the League of Nations

Betting tips for Spain - Portugal in the League of Nations

This Thursday at 20:45 at the Benito Villamarin stadium in Seville, Spain and Portugal will play a match that looks quite attractive, in the first matchday of Group B of the Nations League A.

Both teams will take the match as a tune-up for this Nations League and also to check how they are in shape for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. By the way, to watch live broadcasts and make bets, you should download IPL betting.

Spain - Portugal

According to bookmakers, the match seems quite even with a tendency towards the Spanish side, with odds of 45% for Spain to win, 27% for a draw and 28% for Portugal to win.

Spain - Portugal betting odds : Slight Spanish favoritism

Our prediction is that Spain will win, but we can not neglect the draw because it is not ruled out the typical match in which the red dominates but the goal does not end up coming.

For this we will play with an Asian handicap of 0, -0.5 for Spain. Thus if they end up tied, we will recover half of what we played and the odds at Marathonbet is 1.833.

That Spain will dominate is something that we can transfer to the bet on which team will take more corners, leaving the odds for the red team at 1.68.

Another option would be to bet that Spain shoots more times at goal, which has a odds of 1.85.

On the number of goals we do not expect many, and here we have bets such as no goals in both halves at odds of 1.83 or less than 2.5 goals at odds of 1.77.

Spain - Portugal betting odds (Alternatives)

This dominance that we expect from Spain could be seen in Portugal committing more fouls. At odds 1.67 we have the Portuguese team committing more fouls than the Spaniards.

We can also play that Spain commits more offsides, just in case with 1.5 handicap that would leave the odds at a prudent 1.55.

The yellow cards are for Portugal, with a odds of 1.78 because they receive more, with a handicap of 0.

Spain - Portugal

For the goal scorer market we will go with Álvaro Morata, who has a odds of 2.95 to score in the match. Among the Portuguese we will go with the captain, Cristiano Ronaldo who has a odds of 2.75 to score against Spain.

If we go to William Hill the range of bets is extended, and among the #MA we choose at odds 1.50 that each team takes at least 1 corner in each half, and a little better paid at odds 1.85 that between Alvaro Morata and Cristiano Ronaldo exceed 3 shots between the 3 posts.